What The Color Of Your Urine Says About Your Health?
Let's say you have a pale pee. In that case, you seem to be well-hydrated, healthy and normal if you have a pale color urine, says the UC San Diego Health.
A lot of you would notice a very transparent pee. In that case, your body may be over-hydrated. This is not a direct cause for concern, but they add that over-dehydration can dilute essential salts that can create a chemical imbalance in your blood.
Yellow is the most common pee color you'll ever find. If you are one in this common, then everything is completely normal. You are hydrated and your abdomen is working perfectly, says the UC San Diego Health.
Dark yellow isn't that dangerous either. It is still normal, but it also does suggest that you may be mildly dehydrated according to UC San Diego Health.
Honey Or Amber
Now this is where the problems start. In case you have a Honey or Amber color pee, you might be dehydrated. The worst thing you could do according to Dena Rifkin MD, a staff nephrologist at UC San Diego Health is examining your urine for dehydration.
She explains that she would never recommend any of her patients to hydrate based on urine color. She adds that people should drink for thirst instead of drinking to simply stay hydrated. Now if you think about it, it makes a lot of sense!
Now red is definitely not good. There may be a need to be concerned according to UC San Diego Health. Blood in the urine is called hematuria. In some cases, it can be benign, but in other cases, it can be a sign of infection, kidney stones or even a tumor in the urinary tract. It can also signal that there may be a problem with the prostate. A big reason to worry!
No one likes colorful pee now, right? Specific medications and food dyes can produce blue urine, as well as the rare metabolic disorder familial hypercalcemia (blue diaper syndrome).
According to UC San Diego Health, blue diaper syndrome is when there is an incomplete intestinal breakdown of tryptophan, which is a dietary nutrient. If your urine becomes blue, consult a physician on urgent basis. Remember this!
Dark Brown Or Black Pee
Dark Brown Or Black pee can be very very unpredictable. In cases, you might not have to worry but sometimes you might just have to.
Causes that do not require you to worry include certain medications, large amounts of fava beans, rhubarb, and aloe. But the UC San Diego Health explains that potential causes of dark brown or black urine that should worry you are copper or phenol poisoning or melanoma. The best thing to do is consult your doctor if the color of your urine is dark brown or black. SO just make a note of all of this now! Make sure to check the color of your pee the next time you are in there.
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